2016 European Union Referendum

2016 European Union Referendum

A referendum on whether the United Kingdom should remain in or leave the European Union was held on Thursday, 23 June 2016.

The question on the ballot paper was:

Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?

  • Remain a member of the European Union
  • Leave the European Union

The results for Chiltern were as below.

EU Referendum - Mini Count Areas for Chiltern break down EU Referendum - Mini Count Areas for Chiltern

RemainLeaveDoubtfulTeam / Area
10,4908,66213Team A - Chesham and surrounding villages
9,0576,89611Team B - Amersham and surrounding villages
12,69410,80523Team C - Prestwood, Chalfonts, Holmer Green, Seer Green, Great Missenden and Little Missenden

Chiltern was the second highest turnout authority in the country.

Total votes cast 58,651
Electorate 70,185
Turnout 83.6%       

South Bucks

Remain 20,077
Leave 20,647
Turnout 78.4%

You can also view the link at the bottom of this page to the Electoral Commission's overall EU Referendum results page